Queen Consort: Camilla pulls out of charity visit with the King as she recovers from COVID
The Queen Consort has pulled out of a visit to a food charity in east London as she continues her recovery from COVID.
King Charles made the trip solo instead, meeting with staff and volunteers at The Felix Project.
Buckingham Palace has said Camilla had made an "excellent recovery", but was taking time out ahead of a busy day of royal engagements on Thursday.
Camilla, 75, tested positive for COVID on 13 February for the second time, forcing her to miss a series of events.
She missed visits to Milton Keynes, Birmingham, and Telford last week and postponed a Clarence House literary reception, now due to take place on Thursday.
Despite this, a spokesperson said: "Her Majesty has made an excellent recovery from last week's illness.
"However, to allow for additional preparation ahead of Thursday's rescheduled literary reception and other commitments, Her Majesty will not be attending today's Felix Project engagement.
"His Majesty's diary remains unaffected."
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Charles toured The Felix Project's warehouse and kitchens, where volunteers were preparing and packing meals.
Charlotte Hill, The Felix Project's chief executive, said Camilla was missed.
She said: "We recently went out to the Harrow Hub, who are one of the community partners we deliver food to, and His Majesty and the Queen Consort both were able to come on that visit.
"So of course we're disappointed that the Queen Consort isn't here today, but we hope there'll be a chance in the future for her to come out and visit a Felix Project depot and we wish her all the best in her recovery."
The Felix Project is London's largest food redistribution charity and works to tackle food waste and food poverty by distributing excess supermarket food.
The charity, which partners with The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund, received £1m as a starter fund, including a personal donation from the King.
This money is being used to supply fridges and freezers to organisations across the UK to help store more fresh and frozen food.